National STEM Honor Society™ (NSTEM™) provides a curated library of exciting, educational, and engaging STEM resources that are searchable by category, school level, and state. An NSTEM membership unlocks the complete list.
The Kinder Morgan Foundation grants up to $5,000 in science, math, and music. Their goal is to help today’s science, math, and music students become engineers, educators, and musicians who will support our diverse communities for many years to come.
Agriculture practice projects and topics and resources for student science fair projects.
The 1000 STEM Women Project is a curated video library where female scientists can record 90 second descriptions of what type of scientist they are and what they work on.
Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program provides up to four years of undergraduate tuition to income-eligible students at participating colleges or universities in Indiana, as well as step-by-step guidance and support to make sure they succeed in college and receive support to finish their degree.
Keep Virginia Beautiful funds thirty grant recipients each June to schools, parks, counties and towns, environmental groups, associations, nonprofits, and service organizations in four different categories: Community Beautification, Cigarette Litter Prevention, Litter Prevention, and Recycling.
Tanglewood and Blueberry Cove’s camp adventures and school programs are based on “Earth Connections,” nature discovery that helps youth become creative stewards of an interconnected world.
4-H is committed to addressing the nation’s critical challenge to improve STEM literacy, increase the number of students seeking post-secondary education in STEM, and increase the number of young adults pursuing careers in STEM fields. 4‑H programs provide 4‑H youth the opportunity to learn about STEM through fun, hands-on activities and projects.
California 4-H Program serves California residents through a variety of STEM and sustainability focused programs. Offerings include camps, online projects and learning opportunities, curricula, educational events, competitions, volunteering, and conferences.
This curriculum is an innovative early education STEM curriculum that emphasizes project based learning, hands-on experimentation, and providing experiences that support natural inquiry.
Applicants of the Aaron Bernard Murray & Fay Tyler Murray Education Encouragement Award must be graduating from Baton Rouge Magnet High School with sound academic achievement and demonstrate good citizenship.